decentralize : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis en truh lahyz

  • v  make less central
    After the revolution, food distribution was decentralized

  • Young promised to disband STRESS, put more cops on the beat, and decentralize the 5,500-member force by setting up 50 neighborhood police stations.
  • But since the destruction of the Afghan training camps last year, it has had to decentralize many of its operations.
  • After he was forced to step down in 1998 amid an economic meltdown, a new government set about erasing his dictatorial imprint; in 1999 an effort began to decentralize the once all .
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  • Low income housing lots OK’d for sale
    An Ohio developer now has the approval to buy up to 24 city owned lots to make way for new homes targeted to low and moderate income families, after the City Council on Monday approved the sale of the lots for $150 apiece. Cincinnati based Miller Valentine is looking to construct 40 or so homes on Galesburg’s east side, a project the company says will modernize and decentralize low income ...
    June 19, 2013 - The Galesburg Register-Mail

  • John Edwards in FOXNews
    We want to receive 25 percent of our electricity from renewable sources of energy by the year 2025 and we want to decentralize the way electricity is provided in America,Edwards said. "We want to reduce greenhouse emissions by 80 percent...
  • Mark Zuckerberg in New York Times
    We are going to see the big social networks start to decentralize into a series of social applications across the Web,Mr. Zuckerberg said. "I think we are at the beginning of a movement and the beginning of an industry."
  • Gloria Romero in San Diego Union Tribune
    Romero said she intends to "explore how we can decentralize this very bureaucratic system that for years has mandated down to the very textbook that's used in the classroom."

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